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There are 87 total results for your Ike search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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chí / chi2
ch`ih / chih
 ike / いけ
pond; reservoir; moat
pond; (surname) Tsuruike
pond

いけ

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 ike / いけ (prefix) prefix used to strengthen a derogatory adjective

井渓

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 ikei / ike / いけい (surname) Ikei

伊気

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 ike / いけ (surname) Ike

伊池

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 iike / ike / いいけ (surname) Iike

威化

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wēi huà / wei1 hua4
wei hua
 ike
wafer (biscuit) (loanword)
transformed by authoritative power

意華


意华

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yì huā / yi4 hua1
i hua
 ike
the coral tree

池井

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 ikei / ike / いけい (surname) Ikei

池毅

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 iketakeshi / いけたけし (person) Ike Takeshi (1953.10.25-)

池猪

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 ikei / ike / いけい (surname) Ikei

畏敬

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 ikei / ike / いけい (noun/participle) reverence; awe; respect

異型

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 ikei / ike / いけい (noun - becomes adjective with の) atypical appearance; atypicality; heteromorphy

異計


异计

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yì jì / yi4 ji4
i chi
 ike
non-Buddhist speculation

維馨

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 ikei / ike / いけい (given name) Ikei

萎花

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wěi huā / wei3 hua1
wei hua
 ike
decaying flower

一番池

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 ichibanike / いちばんいけ (place-name) Ichiban'ike

万年池

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 mannenike / まんねんいけ (place-name) Mannen'ike

上新池

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 kamishinike / かみしんいけ (place-name) Kamishin'ike

二番池

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 nibanike / にばんいけ (place-name) Niban'ike

五反池

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 gotanike / ごたんいけ (place-name) Gotan'ike

仙人池

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 senninike / せんにんいけ (place-name) Sennin'ike

伊井圭

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 iikei / ike / いいけい (person) Ii Kei

凱旋池

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 gaisenike / がいせんいけ (place-name) Gaisen'ike

十万池

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 juumanike / jumanike / じゅうまんいけ (place-name) Juuman'ike

南新池

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 minamishinike / みなみしんいけ (place-name) Minamishin'ike

善神池

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 zenjinike / ぜんじんいけ (personal name) Zenjin'ike

大南池

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 dainanike / だいなんいけ (place-name) Dainan'ike

大膳池

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 taizenike / たいぜんいけ (place-name) Taizen'ike

大門池

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 daimonike / だいもんいけ (place-name) Daimon'ike

天神池

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 tenjinike / てんじんいけ (place-name) Tenjin'ike

奉天池

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 houtenike / hotenike / ほうてんいけ (place-name) Houten'ike

奥新池

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 okushinike / おくしんいけ (place-name) Okushin'ike

幸田池

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 koudenike / kodenike / こうでんいけ (place-name) Kouden'ike

弁天池

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 bentenike / べんてんいけ (place-name) Benten'ike

捨田池

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 shadenike / しゃでんいけ (place-name) Shaden'ike

新田池

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 shindenike / しんでんいけ (place-name) Shinden'ike

明神池

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 myoujinike / myojinike / みょうじんいけ (place-name) Myoujin'ike (nr Kamikouchi)

有漢池

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 ukanike / うかんいけ (place-name) Ukan'ike

権現池

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 gongenike / ごんげんいけ (place-name) Gongen'ike

水神池

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 suijinike / すいじんいけ (place-name) Suijin'ike

池央秋

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 ikehiroaki / いけひろあき (person) Ike Hiroaki

池頼広

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 ikeyorihiro / いけよりひろ (person) Ike Yorihiro (1963.8.25-)

瓢箪池

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 hyoutanike / hyotanike / ひょうたんいけ (place-name) Hyoutan'ike

真元池

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 shingenike / しんげんいけ (place-name) Shingen'ike

竜満池

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 ryuumanike / ryumanike / りゅうまんいけ (place-name) Ryuuman'ike

竜神池

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 ryuujinike / ryujinike / りゅうじんいけ (place-name) Ryuujin'ike

精進池

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 shojinike / しょじんいけ (place-name) Shojin'ike

舌洗池

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 zessenike / ぜっせんいけ (place-name) Zessen'ike

観音池

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 kannonike / かんのんいけ (place-name) Kannon'ike

記念池

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 kinenike / きねんいけ (place-name) Kinen'ike

豊稔池

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 hounenike / honenike / ほうねんいけ (place-name) Hounen'ike

道灌池

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 doukanike / dokanike / どうかんいけ (place-name) Doukan'ike

道玄池

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 dougenike / dogenike / どうげんいけ (place-name) Dougen'ike

長三池

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 chousanike / chosanike / ちょうさんいけ (place-name) Chousan'ike

陸軍池

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 rikugunike / りくぐんいけ (place-name) Rikugun'ike

頓連池

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 tonrenike / とんれんいけ (place-name) Tonren'ike

飄箪池

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 hyoutanike / hyotanike / ひょうたんいけ (place-name) Hyoutan'ike

中左近池

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 nakasakonike / なかさこんいけ (place-name) Nakasakon'ike

以假從實


以假从实

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yǐ jiǎ cóng shí / yi3 jia3 cong2 shi2
i chia ts`ung shih / i chia tsung shih
 ike jūjitsu
using the nominal to follow the real

大地新池

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 oochishinike / おおちしんいけ (place-name) Oochishin'ike

大明神池

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 daimyoujinike / daimyojinike / だいみょうじんいけ (place-name) Daimyoujin'ike

広谷新池

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 hiroyashinike / ひろやしんいけ (place-name) Hiroyashin'ike

挟間新池

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 hasamashinike / はさましんいけ (place-name) Hasamashin'ike

朝夕之池

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zhāo xī zhī chí / zhao1 xi1 zhi1 chi2
chao hsi chih ch`ih / chao hsi chih chih
 chōseki no ike
lit. morning and evening ponds

東谷新池

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 higashitanishinike / ひがしたにしんいけ (place-name) Higashitanishin'ike

池真理子

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 ikemariko / いけまりこ (person) Ike Mariko (1917.1.2-2000.5.30)

用倉新池

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 youkurashinike / yokurashinike / ようくらしんいけ (place-name) Youkurashin'ike

白光田池

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 hakkoudenike / hakkodenike / はっこうでんいけ (place-name) Hakkouden'ike

頓宮新池

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 tonguushinike / tongushinike / とんぐうしんいけ (place-name) Tonguushin'ike

ごんげん池

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 gongenike / ごんげんいけ (place-name) Gongen'ike

ドンデン池

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 dondenike / ドンデンいけ (place-name) Donden'ike

三段池公園

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 sandanikekouen / sandanikekoen / さんだんいけこうえん (place-name) Sandan'ike Park

入釜沈澱池

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 irigamachindenike / いりがまちんでんいけ (place-name) Irigamachinden'ike

小田山新池

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 odayamashinike / おだやましんいけ (place-name) Odayamashin'ike

御所谷新池

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 goshodanishinike / ごしょだにしんいけ (place-name) Goshodanishin'ike

治右衛門池

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 jiemonike / じえもんいけ (personal name) Jiemon'ike

浸透実験池

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 shintoujikkenike / shintojikkenike / しんとうじっけんいけ (place-name) Shintoujikken'ike

異形;異型

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 ikei / ike / いけい (noun - becomes adjective with の) atypical appearance; atypicality; heteromorphy

藤沢沈澱池

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 fujisawachindenike / ふじさわちんでんいけ (place-name) Fujisawachinden'ike

西大寺新池

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 saidaijishinike / さいだいじしんいけ (place-name) Saidaijishin'ike

いけ;いっけ

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 ike;ikke / いけ;いっけ (prefix) (See いけ好かない) prefix used to strengthen a derogatory adjective

ひょうたん池

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 hyoutanike / hyotanike / ひょうたんいけ (place-name) Hyoutan'ike

ヒョウタン池

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 hyoutanike / hyotanike / ヒョウタンいけ (place-name) Hyoutan'ike

明倫館水練池

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 meirinkansuirenike / merinkansuirenike / めいりんかんすいれんいけ (place-name) Meirinkansuiren'ike

相模原沈澱池

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 sagamiharachindenike / さがみはらちんでんいけ (place-name) Sagamiharachinden'ike

仙人池ヒュッテ

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 senninikehyutte / せんにんいけヒュッテ (place-name) Sennin'ike Hut

選炭エ場沈殿池

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 sentankoujouchindenike / sentankojochindenike / せんたんこうじょうちんでんいけ (place-name) Sentankoujouchinden'ike

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

This page contains 87 results for "Ike" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).



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